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  1. Social Psychology of Intergroup Reconciliation: From Violent Conflict to Peaceful Co-Existence
  2. The Social Psychology of Good and Evil
  3. The Social Psychology of Leisure and Recreation by Seppo E. Iso-Ahola, 1980-06
  4. Social Psychology of Prejudice by Melinda Jones, 2001-11-05
  5. Social Psychology by David Myers, 2009-11-16
  6. The Psychology of Attitudes and Attitude Change (Sage Social Psychology Program) by Dr. Gregory Maio, Geoff Haddock, 2010-01-20
  7. The Rise and Fall of Social Psychology (Social Problems and Social Issues) by Augustine Brannigan, 2004-01-01
  8. Psychology Is Social: Readings and Conversations in Social Psychology, 4/e (4th Edition) by Edward Krupat, 1998-08-27
  9. Social Psychology by Robert A. Baron, Donn Erwin Byrne, 2002-03
  10. Self Psychology in Clinical Social Work (A Norton professional book) by Miriam Elson, 1988-07-17
  11. Social Psychology of Consumer Behavior (Frontiers of Social Psychology)
  12. Motivation and Emotion: Evolutionary, Physiological, Cognitive, and Social Influences (Advanced Psychology Text Series) by Mr David Edwards, 1998-07-23
  13. The Social Psychology of Procedural Justice (Critical Issues in Social Justice) by E.Allan Lind, Tom R. Tyler, 1988-02-29
  14. Social Psychology by Michael A. Hogg, Graham M. Vaughan, 2008-06

121. Smith, Eliot R.
Social cognition, past experiences and social judgments, role of emotions in prejudice and intergroup relations, connectionist models in social psychology (Indiana U., USA)

122. Kelly, Janice
Group interaction process analysis, social psychology of time, and the effects of mood and social factors on group interaction (Purdue U., USA)

123. Evolutionary Psychology
This article attempts to describe evolutionary psychology and the challenge it poses to traditional social science, and then discusses opportunities evolutionary psychology opens for Christian apologetics.
EVOLUTION DIALOGUE Evolutionary Psychology Challenges the Current Social Sciences J. Raymond Zimmer
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Chicago, IL 60629 Evolutionary psychology is a new multidisciplinary field which promises to irrevocably change the traditional social sciences. This article introduces evolutionary psychology, explains how it challenges current social science, then discusses the opportunities it presents for Christian apologetics. To show that evolutionary psychology theories may be complementary, rather than antagonistic, to Christian views, a hypothesis within the Darwinian paradigm is proposed to explain the evolution of human awareness of supernature. Human awareness of supernature may be founded on the logical relationship between evolutionarily recent psychological adaptations in response to novel hominid social arrangements and more ancient mammalian psychologies. The hypothesis, though based on naturalism, paradoxically eclipses atheistic natural philosophy. Awareness of something beyond nature may be integral to human survival. Once again, there is much ado about Darwinism in the popular press

124. The Psychiatric Zone
Information about various psychiatric topics including neuroscience, psychology and social sciences. Also therapy and mental health issues.
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Dr Sabry Abdel Fattah, MRCPsych Psychopathology Neuroanatomy Neurochemistry Neuropathology
The Psychiatric Zone
The Psychiatric Zone provides an extensive resource on various psychiatric topics which may be of interest to the public or the professionals. It may be of special interest to students for higher qualifications in Psychiatry, Psychology, Social Sciences, Mental Health Nursing and Neurosciences. The style is concise and design is simple with avoidance of graphics to avoid delayed download of pages and unnecessary distraction.

125. CogNet Library: MITECS
A comprehensive, online encyclopedia of psychology, neuroscience, philosophy, linguistics, AI, and social/cultural psychology. Only abstracts and bibliographies available for free.
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The CogNet Library : References Collection The MIT Encyclopedia of the Cognitive Sciences September 2001
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Edited by Robert A. Wilson and Frank C. Keil MITECS classifies the cognitive and brain sciences into six domains: (1) computational intelligence (2) culture, cognition, and evolution (3) linguistics and language (4) neuroscience (5) philosophy, and (6) psychology. Each section contains an extended series of brief entries on the defining research topics of the domain. Table of Contents

A page of links for use by A'level and degree students studying sociology, psychology, research, criminology and British politics.
'He is able who thinks he is able' - Buddha I intend to use this page as a notice board of sorts for students studying social sciences at A'level and degree level - I will be putting all the useful links I have found on it and also link to a page containing any ideas, tips, useful bits of info that I find - it will be updated regularly - please feel free to visit often! I make no apologies for the fact that this page is geared towards U.K. students. Oh, O.K. then - sorry! I do apologise for the disorganisation of the site - I will be making it easier to negotiate (with headings and page breaks, etc) very soon - please bear with me :o) Anything that you would like to pass on for this page will be gratefully received - please remember to add your name so I can give you the credit!! Coming soon ...... a guide to referencing assignments ...... a postgraduate funding page (U.K.) ...... see you again soon ....... Links I have found so far:
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127. Adams Faculty Page
psychology of religious thought and behavior, particularly dogmatic thinking, religious maturity, and apostacy; social cognition, the interface between social and clinical psychology (St Michael's College, VT).
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128. Guilford Press, Publishing Books In Psychology, Psychotherapy, Mental Health, Ps
Publishes in psychology and psychiatry, social work, education, communications, geography, and social theory.
Welcome to Guilford Press (Guilford Publications) publisher of professional and trade books, videos, journals and newsletters, and software in psychology and psychiatry, social work, research methods, literacy and education, and geography. Please wait a moment.

129. Psychology Of Cyberspace - The Palace Study
Intensive case study of the psychological and social dynamics of The Palace community.
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Life at the Palace
A Cyberpsychology Case Study
The Palace is one of the original client/server programs that creates a highly visual, spatial, and auditory chat environment. It is an excellent example of the trend toward graphical, interactive domains on the Internet, sometimes referred to as "habitats," "GMUKS" (Graphical Multi-user Konversation), or, "multimedia chat." More recent programs (e.g., Everquest, SimsOnline) usually involve a game of some kind, including specific rules, social roles, and objectives. Palace is a much more open-ended environment with no specific purpose other than socializing and, for many users, experimenting with one's online identity. Currently, there are many Palace sites located across the Internet, varying widely in technical and artistic sophistication as well as graphical themes (e.g., a futuristic Cybertown, a haunted house, Japan, Star Trek, etc.). Some sites are commercial, some private. Some even may be considered "art." Any given Palace site consists of various interlinked rooms. Users can move freely within and between the rooms. A unique feature of Palace is the ability to create icons to represent oneself. These icons, called "avatars" or "props" can be changed at will. Users talk with each other via typed text that appears in balloons that pop out from the avatar's head, similar to characters in comic strips.

130. Buddhist Meditation And Depth Psychology
Scientific, spiritual and social exploration on meditation and its impact on Westerners.
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Mind is the forerunner of all (evil) conditions.
Mind is their chief, and they are mind-made.
If, with an impure mind, one speaks or acts, Then suffering follows one Even as the cart wheel follows the hoof of the ox. Mind is the forerunner of all (good) conditions. Mind is their chief, and they are mind-made. If, with a pure mind, one speaks or acts, Then happiness follows one Like a never-departing shadow.

131. SOSIG: Forensic Psychology And Legal Issues
The forensic and legal psychology section of the social Science Information Gateway.
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132. Education And Social Science Library, University Of Illinois At Urbana-Champaign
Overviews of special and general collections, tools for information resources, and subject guides for anthropology, education, political science, psychology, social work, sociology, and speech communication.
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133. FastCEUs - Social Work Counseling Psychology Mental Health Ethics Approved Conti
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134. Early Social Cognition Lab, University Of Virginia
Research interests of Angeline Lillard, Associate Professor of psychology at the University of Virginia, including parental cues to pretense, children's understanding of pretense and theory of mind.
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For the past few years, we have been deciphering what features distinguish pretend acts from real ones. There must be some features of pretense that babies can pick up on, that make it so babies do not mistakenly confuse pretense acts as a new kind of real act. Something in pretense must serve to signal babies, "interpret this as a different kind of act." We are investigating a wide array of potential cues, and eliciting a wealth of interesting data. These concern how the voice changes in pretense (using the Computer Speech Lab), how the content of speech changes, how one moves differently in pretense (using the Flock of Birds motion monitor), facial expressions in pretense and whether there is a special type of smile, social referencing in pretense, and so on. We are also examining which of the behavioral changes we see are useful to adults and children in judging whether an act is pretense, and how well babies seem to understand pretense. Other work is examining the understanding that pretense is symbolic, how appreciation of pretense emerges in infancy, and a multi-site study examining pretense and theory of mind across cultures. Much of our laboratory work overlaps with the issues of concern in Judy DeLoache's laboratory, and collaboration there and elsewhere is encouraged as a student moves through the program.

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136. Perspectives On Imitation
Royaumont Abbey, France; 2426 May 2002.
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Imitation, one of the primary forms of social learning, is often thought of as a low-level, relatively childish or even mindless phenomenon. This may be a serious mistake. It is beginning to look, in light of recent work in the cognitive sciences, as if imitation is a rare, perhaps even uniquely human ability, which may be fundamental to what is distinctive about human learning, intelligence, rationality, and culture. If so, this will have important consequences for our understanding of ourselves both individually and socially. In particular, social learning by imitation is not merely a mechanism by means of which children acquire culture, but may also have pervasive influence throughout adulthood, in ways that we are only just beginning to understand. The purpose of the conference is to bring together the world's leading figures working on imitation from various disciplines in order to relate and integrate different research traditions. The cognitive sciences have made significant recent advances in the study of imitation. We aim to make these accessible to the social sciences, so as to clarify their philosophical and social importance, and facilitate cross-fertilization between the cognitive and social sciences in this area. Organizers: Prof. Susan Hurley

137. Horse Behavior And Psychology.
Features illustrated articles and forum discussion on the psychology and behavior of the horse. Subjects include evolution, social behavior and welfare, learning, body language, grazing, family, history of horse Whispering, and history of the Thoroughbred. Also provides related links.
Horse Behavior and Psychology Articles Introduction to Horse Behavior and Psychology The origins of horse whispering. Dominance and the Horse. The Stallion. ... Have Herd - Will Travel. Fencing PTSD and the Horse About the Author. Files Breeds of the Horse Download. The Secret Life of the Horse - E-Book Members Join the Horse Behavior discussion group Members Journal Pages Awarded by the Zurich Animal Protection Society. Research partners and sponsors.
The horse has been designed and molded by evolution so that it possesses a range of behaviors that have supported its existence and maintained the survival of the Equine species. The relationship between the horse and mankind is thousands of years old, but it is only in the last half century that we have begun to seriously study the core behaviors which make up the 'nature' of those animals that we use. Many management methods in use today have their origins in the days before new disciplines such as Ethology, Sociobiology and Comparative Psychology arose, yet it is these disciplines that have offered us an understanding of both animal and human nature, and insights into how behavior can best be understood, and behavioral problems overcome. This site was originally set up to record research carried out at the White Horse Equine Ethology Project which was forced to close in early 2005.

138. So You Think You're Logical?
An online implementation of one of the most famous experiments in social/evolutionary psychology.
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139. Behavioral & Social Sciences
Includes the disciplines of political science, psychology, and sociology.
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The Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences includes the disciplines of political science, psychology, and sociology. These disciplines employ scientific methods to develop understanding of human behavior in all of its manifestations. Courses in these disciplines encourage critical and objective thinking about behavioral phenomena. A major in any of the three disciplines can prepare students for graduate and professional school as well as for a variety of occupations that benefit from these perspectives. Interdisciplinary major and minors are clearly defined programs of study that can also be suitable preparation for either employment or further study.
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140. Journal Of Experimental Child Psychology
publishes articles on all aspects of the development of children, including research on cognitive, social, and physical development.
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